Nov 22, 2023
Dewulf to unveil redesigned 4-row harvester in January

Dewulf is redesigning its 4-row sieving harvester three years after its initial introduction to increase production capacity and provide more power.

The Enduro Generation 2 will feature a new ring elevator, according to a news release from the company. The combination of larger bag volume, higher running speed and better production has increased capacity by 50%, according to the release.

The Enduro will be available in a 36-inch configuration and offer two engine options. In addition to the Scania 450 horsepower engine, a heavier-duty 550 horsepower version will also be available.

The next-generation harvester will also feature an optional telescopic wheel axle on the 4-by-75-centimeter (1.6-by-29.5-inch) version for easier maneuverability and fewer guards for improved accessibility.

The Enduro will still feature an adjustable inclination angle on the available cleaning modules and a two-part bunker that provides a 9-tonne capacity.

The first units of the second-generation Enduro will roll off the production line in January 2024, according to the release.


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